Wild Country
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Wild Country by Constance Ruth Clark

10/15/2021

The snow isn't going anywhere and neither is he.

Which is a problem for Kristina because she can't afford to be distracted, not by him or any man. She needs to focus on training her horses and building her stables reputation. When the Christmas Eve blizzard brings a man foolish enough to crash into her fence, she can't leave him out in the cold.

Getting stuck in a hick town wasn't the plan when Peter Lexington agreed to spend Christmas in Springfield, Maine with his Country Music band. Now he's reconnecting with his country roots and realizing that maybe a small town girl is exactly what he's been looking for.

Can he convince her that he wants more than no strings attached steamy fun or will she wave goodbye forever when the snowplow finally comes to dig them out?

Part one of Peter and Kristina's story.
Don't miss Book Two, Wild Heart.


Peter and Kristina's Story, Book one is the introductory book for Wild Romance, a Small Town series based in Springfield, Maine. Memorable characters who will make you laugh, cry and fall in love. Each couples story stands alone, but you'll meet series characters interwoven throughout.

Look for: Mark & Holly's Story in Wild Imaginings
Frank & Becky's Story in Wild Healing & Wild Awakenings
With more to come!

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